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Background to Treason – Part V

Background to Treason A Brief History of U.S. Policy in the Middle East Part 5: Growing Zionist power in the Postwar Era [1] From the January 1984 issue of National Vanguard By Dr. William Pierce If the Second World War was a watershed in the history of the rise and fall of Western civilization and of the race which created that civilization, it was an even more decisive event in the history of the race which has done its best to poison and distort that civilization while sucking sustenance from it.

For the Western people the war was a spiritual death spasm. For the Jews, however, it was the final breaking free from the ghetto. The French Revolution . . .

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Background to Treason : Part III

Background to Treason

A Brief History Of U.S. Policy in the Middle East

Part 3: From 1933 to the Second World War[1]

By Dr. William Pierce

The almost simultaneous accession to power, early in 1933, of Adolf Hitler and Franklin Roosevelt is one of the great ironies of history.

Franklin Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin enjoying a laugh at Tehran Conference, 1943

The time called for strong White leadership. The largest White nation on earth was prostrate under the heel of a Jew-inspired and still largely Jew-staffed terror-regime of extraordinary virulence and expansionist propensity.[2] In the 14 years of its existence the Jewish-Bolshevik regime in the Soviet Union had murdered some 20 million Russians and Ukrainians. . . .

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Background to Treason – Part I: From the Exodus to the Balfour Declaration

From National Vanguard (December 1982)

A Brief History of U.S. Policy in the Middle East By Dr. William Pierce

Part 1 : From the Exodus to the Balfour Declaration

All the turmoil and hatred and killing in the Middle East, some 6,000 miles from home, seems a distant problem to most Americans, who are much more concerned with economic woes or street crime or non-White immigrants. Yet, there is a much closer connection between the problems at home and that distant one than is generally realized. It behooves every responsible and thoughtful American to understand the background of his government’s policies and actions in the Middle East, for only when he does can he understand fully what must be done to . . .

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